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101 Reasons to Play Ukulele This Summer

101 Reasons to Play Ukulele This Summer

Thinking about learning to play ukulele this summer? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has 101 reasons why it's a great idea! Summer is in full swing so I’m bringing you 101 reasons to learn to play ukulele. I hope you find a reason to start taking ukulele lessons! 1. Playing the ukulele will immediately make you cool. 2. Playing the ukulele (especially with friends) is a really fun activity. 3. You can take a ukulele anywhere, unlike a tuba which is much less portable. 4. Though I can … Read More

101 Reasons to Play Ukulele This Summer
Thinking about learning to play ukulele this summer? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has 101 reasons why it's a great idea! Summer is in full swing so I’m bringing you 101 reasons to learn to play ukulele. I hope you find a reason to start taking ukulele lessons! 1. Playing the ukulele will immediately make you cool. 2. Playing the ukulele (especially with friends) is a really fun activity. 3. You can take a ukulele anywhere, unlike a tuba which is much less portable. 4. Though I can
Snow Day Rap Raises the Bar for All School Announcements Forever
Students at Durham Academy in North Carolina got a "cool" snow day announcement today. Head of School Michael Ulku-Steiner and his assistant Lee Hark issued the chillest and illest snow day announcement ever in the form of a rap. Set to Vanilla Ice's 1989 hit "Ice Ice Baby", their rap includes sick rhymes like: Will the power stop (No!)/I don't know/ Turn up the heat and let go/sleet falling down like a million missiles/bringing school delays and early dismissals. You kind of have to watch
How to Survive National Novel Writing Month
Ah, November! There's a wintry chill in the air and it's the perfect time to curl up with a good book. Or, if you're feeling inspired, November is a wonderful time to start writing a book of your own. November is National Novel Writing Month (affectionately known as NaNoWriMo), and thousands of writers will be challenging themselves to create a 50,000 word manuscript in just 30 days. Think that sounds like a big challenge? You're absolutely right, but it can be done! Here are our tips to surv
Weddings Around the World: 5 Japanese Wedding Traditions
Giving gifts and honoring parents aren't just Korean wedding traditions - they're also important components of Japanese weddings. In this article, you'll learn about the unique traditions and rituals associated with Japanese weddings... Shintô is an ancient Japanese religion that continues to dominate the country's culture, especially its ceremonial traditions. Up to 79 percent of Japanese people still belong to Shintô temples, but the vast majority don't identify with its actual
Should I Get an MFA? | Pros & Cons for Attending the Best MFA Programs
The decision to go back to school, especially for actors, is a tough one. Read on as graduate student Jasmine B. gives you the inside scoop in a candid detailing of the pros and cons...   After undergrad, I hit an unexpected wall. After nearly a year of working a low-wage, part time job, I secured a seven month touring gig and thought I was finally going to get to use all of those hard earned skills of my undergraduate training, I was going straight to the top! Nope. During the

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